AKG K376 High-Performance In-Ear Headset with One Button In-Line Mic and Controls (Blue)
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- One Button inline remote control and microphone, compatible with most smartphones, allow you to play and pause music, answer and end calls with your headphones on
- Heritage of award-winning, studio-quality AKG sound innovation
- Closed-back aluminum housing determines what gets in and out
- Lightweight, super-soft ear sleeves in three comfortable sizes for superior fit
- Carrying pouch to protect and carry headphones safely when not in use
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BTW, mine are the black K376 instead of the blue, but Harmon Kardon says the color is the only difference. Speaking of which, you can actually call Harmon Kardon and talk with live people, which is always a nice touch.
1. Sound amazing
2. Mic and button are small and light weight
3. Buds are small and light weight
4. Good noise isolation
5. Sound amazing'
The AKG K367 exceed in every requirement.
I own the Klipsch Image S4i, Bose IE2, Sony XBA-2VP, Sony MDREX310LP, RHA MA600i Noise Isolating, Ultimate Ears 985-000364, MEElectronics SP51-BK, Nocs NS400-001 NS400, Thinksound ts02+mic, and others. The AKG K376 have them all beat. The bose sound good but have bad sound isolation and are bulky. The Klipsch just don't have the sound quality and are just good and not great at the other requirements. Both Sonys are simply mediocre and the mic button is huge and heavy. The RHA look good but are just to heavy and the sound is just good not great. The Ultimate Ears were not memorable in any way and I don't even know where they are anymore. The MEElectronics are so so on sound. The Nocs look cool but are a little heavy and the sound is good but not great. I owned 2 pair of the Thinksound and both had quality issues and were just OK in sound quality.
I don't know what they are doing over there in Austria...obviously they don't try out their products before they sell them. These design flaws take someone a few minutes to figure out. Personally I will stay away from AKG products and invest a bit more to get decent ones.
I fixed it by getting a couple of complyfoam tips. Now its perfect. But all in all a bit of a waste of money.
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